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exhaust manifold to up pipe gasket?

I pulled of my passenger side oem up pipe to replace it with the one that came with my dicadsolutions kit for egr delete. However, I noticed that there is some type of gasket between exhaust manifod and up pipe. Talked to dicadsolutions and they said that gasket is optional. I called tousley and they told me that they don't show it. Have any of you with the same kit ever used it or have the part number for this? I have the pic below of what I removed and what I have to replace it with. Am talking about the ring to the right of the oem up pipe.

Also, I am pretty sure I am going to need some longer bolts to ease the installation.

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Anyone that has done this, please chime in
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The bottom part of the pipe has a nuckle so it doesnt need a gasket but my egr delete also came with a gasket for the top part. Also when I removed to old pipe the was one on there. I dont know the part number but its a metal crush type gasket.

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Here is a gasket for the connection between the manifold and the up-pipe.
AP EXHAUST Part # 8693

I would get a gasket for the up-pipe to the y-pipe. Not sure what that number or link is.
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I just did my delete with the dicad kit and I did not have that kind of gasket. What year truck? I had very thin copper gaskets between both connections, top and bottom....but nothing that looked like that.

You can see the gasket here between the flanges:



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